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Copyright First Responders NH

Posted 05/11/2021

If you're a librarian wrestling with a copyright question,

Ask a Copyright First Responder!  

Melinda P. Dolan, Systems & E-Resources Librarian
Phillips Exeter Academy

Mary S. Searles, Law Librarian
New Hampshire Law Library

Jay L. Colbert, Metadata & Discovery Strategy Librarian
Dimond Library, University of New Hampshire

Anne Jung-Mathews, Outreach Librarian
Plymouth State University

About Fair Use (§ 107)


Fair Use Tools

A fair use checklist is used to conduct a risk assessment about the use of a copyrighted work. There are many versions; samples are below. We suggest that you use a checklist whenever a fair use question comes up. It will help to clarify the facts of the situation and help you become comfortable with and knowledgeable about the four factors of fair use.